Caryn Lazzuri wears a bold vision of Splintered Hearts in her black bulbous regalia,
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Caryn Lazzuri is Exhibitions Manager at the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, DC. Her essays and articles have appeared in Culinate and Museum, and her poetry has appeared in various print and online journals. She lives in Baltimore where she splits her time between art and books.
Cat Tyc is Have Nothing Day, she invented the phrase while walking around Brooklyn, contemplating her clothing, each image shows a different piece of mactaggart jewelry from her private collection!
Cat Tyc is a Brooklyn based filmmaker/poet/video artist. She has published in journals and websites like Shampoo, Boog City, and NY Nights while also self-publishing zines for when she went on tour as a opener for punk bands. Her video installations have screened at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the Camac du’ Art in Paris and at the Art Basel in Switzerland. She has directed music videos that aired on MTVu and LOGO’s NewNowNext. In 2006, she was a Fellow in Video Art/Documentary at the Flaherty Seminar’s “Creative Demolition” session at Vassar College. She is currently in mid-production on a documentary deconstructing the sustainable fashion movement to broaden the dialogue about consumerism.
This is a special edition of Bling That Sings…a Fall photo shoot with Eric Amling sporting a collage of necklaces.
Eric Amlingis the author of the chapbookLegal Pure, that you can buy here. He lives in Brooklyn, NY. The firm HumanHair&Co archives his art.
Bianca Stone is all “Your Friends Sitting in Salons of Sadness.” Bianca Stone is “rising” and “waiting for something” while looking fiercely in several directions, modeling her several mactaggart jewels.
Bianca Stone is the author of several poetry chapbooks, including I Want To Open The Mouth God Gave You Beautiful Mutant (Factory Hollow Press) and I Saw The Devil With His Needlework (Argos Books 2012). She is also illustrator of Antigonick, a collaboration with Anne Carson (New Directions). Her poems have appeared in such magazines as Best American Poetry 2011, Conduit, and Tin House. She lives in Brooklyn NY with the poet Ben Pease, and their cat.
Michelle Taranksy is working really hard and her cat is idly admiring her coral wrapped bling.
Michelle Taransky is the author of “Sorry Was In The Woods” (Omnidawn 2013) and “Barn Burned, Then” (Omnidawn 2009), winner of the Omnidawn Poetry Prize, selected by Marjorie Welish. Taransky lives in Philadelphia and teaches writing at the University of Pennsylvania and works as Reviews Editor for Jacket2.
Farrah Field is the author of Rising (Four Way Books, 2009) and the chapbook Parents (Immaculate Disciples Press, 2011). Her poems and essays have appeared in many publications including Sixth Finch, Ploughshares, Harp & Altar, Lit, Typo, La Petite Zine, and Drunken Boat. Two of her poems were selected by Kevin Young for The Best American Poetry 2011. Her essays and reviews have appeared in Harp & Altar and Coldfront. She lives in Brooklyn where she co-hosts an event series called Yardmeter Editions. She occasionally blogs at adultish.blogspot.com and is co-owner of Berl’s Brooklyn Poetry Shop.
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Farrah Field is In Amy’s Cupped Hand Giving Receiving, she wears a wedding collier of woven pearls with long dangly earrings and photographed above in the forest with babe in womb Field is still presenting her planetary aligned jewels.